Hi. I am Lindsay Barrasse. After graduating college, I traveled back and forth from Scranton, PA to San Francisco, CA freelancing for CURRENT TV and working as a partner for YouTube. I then moved to Los Angeles, CA in 2009 and worked on multiple projects there. Eventually, I found my way back to the Scranton area where my husband, David Corigliano, and I started Voyager Video, a video production and equipment rental company producing such things as commercial advertisements (regionally and nationally). I also work as multimedia producer for various production companies in the tri-state area as well as a freelance photographer.
Behind the camera, my passion is focused on both cinematography and directing. I have received awards in video production, created dozens of international, national, and regional commercials, and have worked on as well as produced both short and feature films.
I am a member of The Friends of The American Society of Cinematography (ASC), the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA), the U.S. National Committee for UN Women, as well as a supporter of New York Women In Film and Television (NYWIFT). I also sits on several boards; I am the Vice President Secretary of American Advertising Federation of Scranton (AAF) and on the board of the National Alliance On Mental Illness PA Scranton Area Chapter (NAMI).
I have taught cinematography with The Pennsylvania Film School, giving a seminar and donating time to EOTC and the ArtsEngage! program were I taught film and media production to students at Scranton South Intermediate. I have also done film workshops at various venues including a three hour workshop on at the Belin Film Festival in which I donate all proceeds to the educational and recreational programming at the Waverly Community House. I pride myself in my humanitarian and volunteer work. I wish I could do more! In the past, I have worked with and will continue working with Habitat For Humanity, The Goodwill of NEPA, and Saint Francis Soup Kitchen. I also enjoy helping and volunteering my time in the Arts and Performing Arts community in the Scranton area. I am actively volunteer and support Arts On the Square, The Holiday Market, the Bonfire At The Iron Furnaces, and the Scranton Fringe Festival.
I love air, bubble baths, and my favorite color is clear.